Register to Vote
To vote you must be registered with your local district or borough council who compile the electoral roll. A registration form is sent out to every home in September, but you can register to vote at any time by using a Rolling Registration Form.
If your details have changed, you've moved or have been missed off the register, you can get your new details put on to the register using the rolling registration form by clicking the link below.
Alternatively, contact us
for a form.
For further information on Rolling Registration, click here
Keeping your vote if moving abroad
If you are a British citizen and you are thinking of living or working abroad, you may still be able to register to vote at Parliamentary elections at your last address in the UK. Your right to vote in this country's elections can last for up to 15 years. At the time of an election you can choose to vote by post or proxy.
Help And Advice
If you need help or advice you can phone or write to the Electoral Registration Office. You can sometimes make a special appointment for someone to call at your home. Click here for contact details
Click on the links below to find out more about elections and voting:
Eligibility to Vote
Register of Electors